Presenting...John Kenneth


better known as Joana Kimberly

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I showed Kenneth your blog, at first medyo deadma, then binalikan and reacted...
"bakit andyan piktyur ko?"
Eh kasi nilagay ni Tito Jeff.
"Yun ba yung bakla na me balbas?"
Opo.
"Kasama ba niya yung isang fren, yung feeling Juno?"
Opo.
"Yung naglagay ng feet sa table kasama din niya?"
Opo.
"Nasa Davao ba sila mama?"
Opo.
"Punta tayo dun, please?"
Wala tayong pera, mahirap lang tayo.
"Siguro mayaman mga tito ko sa Davao?"
Siguro.
"Andun ba si Tita Badi, yun isa pa yung mama ni Ate Marli?"
Siguro.
"Ano ba yan sagot mo mama, ano ka man?"
Eh ano gusto mong sagot?
"Bakit opo-opo sagot mo, marami namang ibang salita pede magamit mo." Then agad walk-out. Oops! Bumalik dala ang mga dolls.
"Mama miss ko na si tito balbas at si tito feeling juno."

Ayoko na!

By the way Kenneth loves to read him books of Ibon Adarna and series of Dick King-Smith. Siguro pag 12 na siya puede na niyang basahin ang mga sinuggest niyong books.

Dava Maguinda said...

Hello, Jep,
Nakita ni Sean ang picture ni John Kenneth! Ang sabi, sino ba ang cute-cute na batang iyan?????
In fairness naman kay John Kenneth, dolls nga iyang nilaro-laro ng bata, e pang karate kid naman ang mga choreo niya! He's still one of the boys even with his choice of toys. So, mga Tita, it's still too early to tell, hah!

Tani said...

di naman siguro. young boys can play anything around them... it's only the adults' reactions to them playing with dolls that leave lasting impressions on them... who's the kid to you? :)

ralphT said...

lolz ;)

Bisaya Bloggers said...

i just finished reading this at Sun Star Davao and then hop unto the link on your blog. My nephew asked why JK was holding on 3 Barbie dolls.

I told him : "He likes to play with dolls"
He said, "But Dolls are for girls."
I told him boys can play with dolls too as well as girls can play with cars. Wag lang siguro hanggang paglaki hehehe

* diday kampupot * said...

oh wow, cute kid! :) hmmm, yeah i agree with dava that it's still too early to tell (pero ang mga signs ha...) but if u want, u can expose the kid to toys that are typically for boys. :)

_ice_ said...

Banana... kilala ko yan si shiela magpale sya yong designer or hairstylist sa davao along bahada ata... or meron syang outlet sa tapat ng megamall pala.. hahahah tag UIC man ko shiela i stayed there sa davao for almost 7 years.

taga san ka?

rodel said...

hey musta,... cute baby,,,


hey daan kana man,,, pow...

Anonymous said...

Tama si Dava at tani, kenneth is on his exploratory stage "bonggah term ko!" Actually he is aware that all toys whether toy guns, tanks, stufftoys, dolls, robots or kitchen utensils are gender free. Borrowing his own words, "wala namang penis o vagina ang mga toys kaya di pede sabihin na bawal sa girl ang guns at bad sa boys ang dolls." Tayong matatanda lang ang nagdidiscriminate sa usaping gender roles. At his age, I always tell him that washing clothes or cooking does not require to have a vagina or that fixing our roof does not have to be a job for those with penis. True kayo, but in case he wants to be a gay someday, I dont mind given that he is the only child I have.

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Joy said...

oy ang pogi niya ha at mataray ang dating!

kiss mo ko kay Kenneth when you'll meet him again.

Lyka Bergen said...

OMG! I love The Kimberley Kid na tosh! Sikat ka neneng! May fan ka na. Paypayan kitash! Bruhilita!

utakGAGO said...

now, i'd say - this joana kimberly guy is great. ang cute. LOL!!

but really, ang cute nung bata. aheheh.